Annie Lowrey has a pretty good essay on the housing shortage. She rightfully makes the point that the biggest issue is a lack of new building. I can certainly accept.
Very interesting piece on how the story we tell about redlining and postwar housing loans is a bit more complicated than previously discussed. But new research shows that the maps.
One major problem with American public transportation is the incredibly high cost of construction. Another is the spread out nature of American cities. How does one create functional public transportation.
Near the junction of the 400 to Buckhead, the 401 highway divides and splits during afternoon rush-hour traffic which slows and builds up so that vehicles and cars back-up as.
Since this is a topic we are already discussing today, I think another post is not too much. The reality is that a broken housing market combined with record income.
A reader asked if I'd discuss the 1952 film produced by General Electric, Going Places, which makes the argument for public transportation. I found it just kind of an odd.
In today's podcast, I interview Andrew Sandoval-Strausz from Penn State University about his 2019 book Barrio America: How Latino Immigrants Saved the American City. This is an absolutely fascinating study.
Alabama Gov. George C. Wallace is shown in this Oct. 19, 1964 photo speaking in Glen Burnie, Md. at a rally supporting Republican presidential candidate Sen. Barry Goldwater. (AP Photo).